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to get hired to high hospital and news helicopters hundreds of times here in northern california. court papers show he flew at least one time for kcrk cr >>> we're also learning new details about the arrest of a boat captain after a chase involving the coast guard in the san francisco bay. prosecutors say david mccormick broadcast a fake call for help in an australian accent over the weekend saying his "mate had fallen overboard near sausalito." mccormick said any attempt to board his ship would be an act of war. mccormick appeared in court yesterday on charges of communications of reporting false distress and assault on an officer. >>> mills high school today will hold a meeting about the decision about the college board to throw out hundreds of a.p. test scores. the board is making some of the students take the test all over again because student seating regulations were followed when those exams were given in may. the school district officials are considering suing the college board. they say no cheating has been reported. >>> 7:08. almost 7:09. let's check back in with sal for a loo
-weather forecast. i'm sandhya patel. back to you in the studio. >> thank you. >> just ahead a northern california family tragic cat tail about their daughter's allergy. they found it to be a lesson for everyone. >> and a safe way to treat snake bites that could save >>> a northern california family wants to warn borjz the dangers of severe allergies after their daughter died during a camping trip. the 13-year-old was with her family when she saifrd severe allergic reaction to peanuts. she took a bite of rice crispy snack that had peanut butter in it. minutes later she went into cardiac arrest. >> positive force in the school. just incredibly positive nature, very sweet. million dollar smile. >> georgey's family struggled to save her using three epi pens. the devices deliver meddin to street treet reaction autos a miracle baby is now being treated at children's hospital in stanford university. u.s. representative jamie herera butler gave birth to abigail rose, the first babe yes to survive potter's syndrome. >> the congressman had saline injected into her womb. doctors say they are cautiously opti
northern california girms a book deal. >>> low cloud coffer moving back over the city if you are not a fan of humidity and bad hair days, find out why this picture is a good thing. your forecast coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . >>> we've learned that tomorrow, a bay area environmental group will file a lawsuit against the environmental protection agency accusing the feds of not protecting kids from what's called pesticide drift. linda yee shows us what one family found happening in the field next to their house, a field that grows a well-known brand of strawberries. >> in this northern california farming community, strawberry fields are everywhere. >> it does make me nervous. >> melissa and sam pleaser live just feet away from one owned by driscoll's, the popular brand we all see in supermarkets. it's lying fallow now, but once a year it gets fumigated before planting. >> see a machine with 12, 13 people in these white chemical suits, gas masks, full gear. >> the fumigant contains chloral pick ren, a former chemical war fair ajent. there are con frikting studies over whether it causes
: in the northern california farming community, strawberry fields are everywhere. >> it does make me nervous. >> reporter: melissa and sam live just feet away from one owned by driscoll's, the popular brand we see in supermarkets. it's fallow now but once a year it gets fumigated before planting. >> we see a machine with 12, 13 people in these white chemical suits gas masks full gear. >> reporter: the fumigant con tears a former chemical warfare agent. there are conflicting studies over whether it causes cancer. but melissa points to a uc scientific panel that warns the chemical could be a potent carcinogen. >> we have all grown our children here. they talk about it being 76 times more likely to get cancer having been exposed to this stuff. >> reporter: driscoll's always reassured them there is no risk. >> they bring us strawberries and say oh, you're perfectly fine we would never put new danger. >> reporter: the children's grandfather was skeptical. the oakland-based pesticide action network helped him set up drift catchers to catch droplets in the area in fumigation times. >> it was scarey
the president, the obama administration here in the northern district of california. welcome to the stop bullying summit. i'm a federal prosecutor so it may seem odd that here we are talking about bullying and we asked all of you to be here and i want to explain the origin of that and why this happened. you people, everybody in this room, has been involved in this issue and is doing incredible work on this issue and we were so honored to be a part of it and to meet with all of you and to speak with you about it. the origin is that as the united states attorney, the administration wants me, wants all the united states attorneys, to go out into the community. it's actually a very different role for the united states attorney is envisioned by this administration. this administration, the president, attorney general holder, they want the u.s. attorneys to go out into the attorney to talk to the communities in our district to understand what the issues are and challenges are and to do what we can to help, to convene meetings, to do whatever we can to help on behalf of the administration. an
to the north and far northern california up towards mount shasta and all three northern california radars including kpix5 doppler showing dry conditions. high pressure building in that will be here for two more days. four corners ridge and warm writer inland and keeping the cloud cover off-- weather inland and keeping the cloud cover offshore. on thursday, high pressure is moving out and allowing something else lower pressure to the north moving in and increases the onshore flow from the cool pacific ocean and clouds increase and temperatures decrease starting thursday. but tomorrow, tuesday very close to average and very beautiful day outside. oakland 4 bob normal with a high of-- with a high of 75. perhaps a couple degrees warmer than what we enjoyed today. napa tomorrow, 84 degrees. notice the decrease in temperatures starting thursday. and inland down to the mid-80s. low 70s near the bay. cloudier throughout the morning hours. and at the coast we are going to hang out in the mid-60s. all in all we will see minotemperature fluctuations but whether they were up to 110 this is nothing. >
who is partners with the grand it is the most successful northern california night club. the design is going to be that of a lodge. this is what the darkroom is going to look like. going to be designed by extremely prominent architect out of uc berkley and i think you'll agree the design looks pretty good. this is another sketch of it a lot of wood a lot of nature elements. and sort of modern design. the area historically been this is look at this tower is at the corner of sixth and market circle this is circle 1985 this was the largest night club outside of broadway in manhattan. and we seem to have a resurgence down there the warfare building is approximately 2 hundred feet away from this club. your business plan calls for marketing two. information technology workers after hours we see this primarily as an after hours and corporate space to start. obviously we have a ways to go before we're back to what the last picture shows which it was a exclusive night club district. we've done a lot of out reap on this so far. we presented to the board of urban seclusions on august 16th we h
. there was -- yes, in fact, i have a chapter in the book about that. he bombed oregon and northern california. he made two flights off of his sub. and, you know, this is another one of the things that when i started to do the research, you know, i kept asking the question why would the japanese want to bomb the forests? redwood forests in northern california and oregon? it just sounds so crazy. and, of course, all of the western accounts about that, you know, dismiss it. but when i started to interview the japanese and i listened to what their logic was, well, they had quite a clever idea which was they knew that in september the forests in oregon and northern california are usually tinder dry. is they expected the weather, the dryness to be a force multiplier for these incendiary bombs that they dropped. i mean, they anticipated setting on fire a good part of northern california and southern oregon. now, what happened there, lucky for us, was it was the most unseasonably rainy september in a hundred years. and so when they dropped the incendiaries, well, they went off, but they can't have the ef
into alternative and critical things going on in iraq, the reason he is outraged at how he was treated in northern california. >>> and they are already getting ready for two 16. >>> good morning, golden gate bridge and we will tell you more about the bay area weather coming up and more on your commute. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. with qualifying bundles. we don't have a ten step filtering process for our water. we don't need it. because crystal geyser is made by nature, not by man. crystal geyser is always bottl
engineering community is great. we have the structural engineers association of northern california right here in san francisco. they're a wealth of information and resources. >> what kinds of things might you encourage tenants to do besides simply get tenants renters insurance and earthquake insurance, what else do you think tenants should do? >> i think it's really important to know if they happen to be in the building where is the safest place for them to go when the shaking starts. if they're out of the building, whats' their continuity plan for connecting with family? they should give their emergency contact information to their resident manager so that the resident manager knows how to get in touch. and have emergency supplies on hand. the tenants should be responsible to have their extra water and flashlights and bandages and know how to use a toilet when there's no sewage and water flows down. and the owners of the building should be proactive in that regard as well. >> so, george, thank you so much for joining us. that was really great. and thanks to spur for hosting us here in this w
'm a property owner still and been on the board of supervisors for the japan town cultural center for northern california. and in those capacities i do them because i want to try to preserve japan town the one i grew up in and i think this document side that so i want to add my support and hope you will also support it interest thank you very much >> thank you. >> i'm ken i was born in japan town in 1934. traditionally when we the identification of the historic preservation and the historic identity of important sites and a buildings was seen as an important addition of this commission but in this last presentation made to you i made the observation that certainly culture has plated a role and needs to be sustained through the policies. we appreciate that recommendation and that wisdom and also we're excited about the concept of j h and thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you for having me address you guys. i'm greg i'm a community aid for the japan task forces i've been there since january 1st but doing most of the outreach, you know, actively involved in the thirty outreach meetings, two com
miles offshore. now we zoom out to see northern and central california. the rain is not heading to us. here is the water content in the atmosphere. where you see grey and white is the more unstable air. yesterday it was coming up from los angeles and las vegas. now it is north of us and moving away for us. the window of opportunity for rain and thunderstorms is gone. we did not receive thunderstorms, with the fire danger high that is a good thing. high pressure is building in, but building in to the east. it will be warm, but not hot. close to 90 away from the water. if you like it cooler, this is more you. the weekend, we'll have low pressure from the pacific northwest and temperatures will drop. so summing everything up, the moisture is out of here. it will be warm, not hot, and we'll be back to regular programming near the cost and bay. son ha so i, a -- san jose, 81. 88 for pittsburg, we are looking at 79 for san rafael, downtown san francisco is 65. extended forecast, comfortable. the hottest day is 90 on friday. low 70s near the bay. cooler toward the top of next week. this is i
of a discrimination lawsuit. why former employees in northern california are taking target to court. coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,, brain surgery gave his docts an ♪[ music ] >>> kind of unusual. but here we go. the hollywood musician who played his guitar in the middle of his brain surgery gave his doctors an encore performance. brad carter strummed his guitar for 6 hours back in may as doctors implanted a pacemaker in his break to stop tremors -- brain to stop tremors helping the surgeons figure out where to put the device. >> i remember just trying to play it slowly and show them the tremor and it's a lot of team work involved and a lot of back and forth. >> brad put on that mini concert at the ucla medical center yesterday to show off how well his surgery has worked. the hospital has performed 500 of these operations. this by the way was the first one with a guitar. [ laughter ] >> i can only imagine. >> that's amazing, though, isn't it? >> really is. wow. brain surgery and strumming the old six string. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. good to see you today. >> a little creepy. brain su
unrefrigerated sheds across northern california. they're rented by sysco corporation. if you've ever dined out you have probably eaten sysco food. they provide food to 400,000 clients worldwide from hospitals to hotels. >> sysco provides every type of food you can think of. >> but how is the food treated before it gets there? we found out after a source revealed the company's dirty secret. >> this this "s" something that has been going on for a very long time, over ten years. enough is enough. the public needs to know where their food is coming from. >> reporter: it's 4:30 on a tuesday morning. watch as a sysco delivery truck arrives a it this concord shed. the driver unloads box after box, carrying bread, lettuce, cheese, and raw pork. >> he's getting the steaks. >> reporter: throughout the day we captured sysco salesman picking up the food in their personal cars. five hours later this salesman loaded butcher's block pork into his trunk. we followed it to the back of this restaurant. the pattern was the same. up to six days a week, including hot days, when we measured the temperature in a nea
this morning. >> northern california pot farmers are under arrest accused of much more than growing marijuana. financial difficulties are mounting for a south bay ambulance provider and possibly cannot pay their bills. we will have traffic from leyla gulen and the latest on this incline situatio >> back at 6:40. do you love garlic? keep it to yourself! i know you do. use breath mints. 86 today, and 84 tomorrow, and the festival is 80 on sunday. we could have storms sunday and monday. los angeles is 80. storms possible in the sierra with 90's and unlike last weekend no record highs. in los angeles, storms are possible but cooler than average. leyla gulen? >> we have a picture of this backup through berkeley which is absolutely jam packed because of an early sig-alert that canceled on the bay bridge incline. you can see we are backed up to at least the split through berkeley it will be slow at 25 to 30 minutes from berkeley to san francisco. the bay bridge toll plaza shows the track is moving with all lanes open and we are looking at track dissipateing. if you do taught want to get stuck in thi
a northern california city is reaping the benefits by embracing its history as hog heaven. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> injuries were mostly burn injuries and injuries consistent with shrapnel and some trampling. >> now at 6:30 the 4th of july mishap that forced revelers to run for their lives. more than 2 dozen people were hurt in a celebration in simply valley northwest of l.a. police say a wooden platform holding the pyrotechnics gave way and tipped over causing them to misfire into the crowds. hours later witnesses are still quite shaken. [ screaming ] >> reporter: listen to the sheer terror on this youtube video as spectators run for cover at a simi valley fireworks show. this woman's hands are still trembling after shielding her cousins from flying shrapnel. >> i felt like it hit on my back from the fireworks and i was like it was burning. >> reporter: as many as 10,000 people were at the park when things went wrong about 2 minutes into the show. look what happened to this woman's fence across the street. >> this is one of the caps that blew from the fireworks display s
in this community and within our state. i over see our northern california field operations. you might know mike course on who overseas the office here in sacramento. we are happy to be back on this side of the bay able to serve you folks for your licensing and permitting needs without the inconvenience of having to -- bridge toll. maybe we are going to roll out as early as next year online license renewals. it's a slow process when you are trying to work with state government on that kind of thing because of the fact that you have to deal with contracted bidders who are going to be handling yourself, but not only yourself like a small agency that we are but some of the larger ones as well. so finding that middle ground and making those things happen is difficult but we are trying to get our business platform as we go forward. it's been kind of an interesting year for us. as many of you probably know, medicinal marijuana is the talk of the day at the state legislature. there is a bill pending right now that would put the abc correctly in the crossroads if you will of the effort calling on us to
. >> tonight at 11:00 we take you to the most dangerous waters in northern california and tell you the leading causes of boating accidents. you can find that tonight at 11:00. >>> the trouble with the new movie "the man of steel" why the national weather service is so upset next. >>> let's take a live look over fremont. traffic slowly starting to fill in. anthony slaughter is in and will help you figure out the best way to get around with day two of the bart strike going on. we are back in about a minute. [ wind howling ] [ female announcer ] it balances you... [ water crashing ] ...it fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for to live a more natural life. in a convenient two bar pack. this is nature valley... delicious granola bars made with the best ingredients in nature. nature valley. nature at its most delicious. >>> you're watching "today in the bay." >>> welcome back. right now we give you a live look from our chopper over livermore. a series of accidents out there making this really tough for people to get around and get anywhere that they are trying to go. you
that i would like to transfer. i did have one from the northern california coast up way north, how they would get it to us was a little bit of a mystery, but they had water they were interested in selling. so we get calls like that all the time. >> what county was that? >> humboldt. >> no chocolate there. >> no chocolate, just marijuana. [ laughter ] >> also, could you expand on don pedro project? >> the ferc project? >> yes. >> i would look to don on that. >> the don pedro is currently in stages -- two irrigation districts will file draft license applications and the final license application is filed in april. at that point, ferc will start to consider the kind of full requirements that might be required, but at this point it's really ditch to difficulty to say what is the potential hit on san francisco. >> is that owned by east bay mud? >> no don pedro is owned by turlock. the flood control obligation is transferred to the districts and also the city has the ability to pre-pay their water rights in advance and divert upstream. so it kind of acts as virtual storage
in northern california called roku is turning up the heat, offering 800 channels and having sold 5 million streaming players, primarily in the u.s. >> the user interface is very decent. if you combine lower price and good experience, they could do well. >> the managing director at the business strategy advising firm boston consulting group says the device itself is not the most important factor. rather, the content. >> i do not know that they have the most, but they have certainly done a good job of aggregating multiple providers and positioning themselves as a third party that is willing to put everybody's content online and who does not feel threatening to the content owner as someone who is going to either extract too much value from the service provision to the consumer or that is going to bias toward one content provider or another. >> but a new threat is rising -- smart tv's that in bad internet content delivery services. >> look at the volume samsung can drive in the tv space. becoming a streaming device. roku is probably going to try to get into the tv's themselves. >> the person w
and in northern california like we saw happen earlier this afternoon. but it has now intensified and moved in our direction. still a possibility of isolated thunderstorms tomorrow morning. i will be back with a look at the heat wave. your fourth of july fireworks forecast is coming up. >> thank you. >>> now to the bart strike. negotiations continue right now at cal trans headquarters in oakland. we have team cufnlg and let's start with leslie -- we have team coverage starting with leslie brinkley. >> i have news for you. two, three minutes ago a cluster of negotiators on both sides walked out of the building and won't say a single thing and totally silent about whether they progress is being made. not a lot of optimism here. the good news is talks are continuing. the bad news is it doesn't look as though trains will be running on july 4th. >> what do we want? >> dinses of striking -- dozens of striking bart, woulders chanted in front of, woulders chanted in front of these glass doors. behind them tense negotiations underway. >> we don't know what is going on, but we answered the call. >> some dri
very warm conditions through much of northern california. we will enin the triple digits so 110 in chico. the northwest corner sonoma has thunderstorms clipping the area. we see pockets of drizzle and rain pushing to the east. the full seven-day forecast is coming up shortly. over to traffic. >> we will look in san jose where we had an early crash which is cleared, northbound 280, and we see slow-and-go traffic still there and behind it we have a stalled car southbound 87 which could be block one lay. but it is not causing any delays right now and we are in pretty good shape. the rest of san jose and the bay area is looking clear without any crashes and not too much construction for the holiday and mass transit will be running on a holiday schedule. more on that in a little bit. >> thank you, leyla gulen. chrysler is recalling almost 500,000 cars and s.u.v.'s because of a safety concern that affects 2011 to 2013 dodges. according to the carmaker there is a problem with automatic head restraint function meant to prevent neck injuries in rear-end crashes and is notifying the custo
they want to break our union because if they can break the union, destroy workers in northern california there is nothing left. >> the team took issue with the bart's scheduling of special meetings that include item as louing the district to impose contracts on its unions. >> so a series of notices going up and going on. and they have to include thaefrg could be discussed. >> this employer will not emplimt on us without a fit that they didn't ask for and they don't see and they will regret. rhetoric is heating up. one concern is where is the general manager? union leaders claim in past sessions the gm was at the table but so far, she has in the been here at the building we'll be here and will have more for you tonight at 6:00. in oakland abc 7 news. >> thank you, laura. the strike could make people shy away from coming into the city tonight. let's check in with abc 7 news reporter john alston in the thick of the festivities. john? >> if traffic like soup during 4:00 news it's like jello now. you can see it's thickening along the embarcadero and mission street. there are people getting on
blackouts. >> our forecast gave us weather data showed perhaps a record demand for northern california ever. that flex alert was critical. we saw californians really respond. >> cal iso is asking residents to download their flex alert app. that allows them to track energy supply and demand. >>> extreme heat is history. we've been talking about temperatures at or above is 100 degrees. take a look at the numbers. 101, 105 degrees. look what happened today. upper 70s to the lower 80s. not even 90-degree temperatures out there. cooldown, it has arrived. temperatures from this afternoon ranging from lower 60s to the 70s in san jose and santa rosa, 84- degrees. right now the fog is regrouping. a few patches sneaking into the bay. there's the cloud deck. this will expand in coverage for the overnight hours. as far as the wind speeds, have been picking up throughout the day. right now in fairfield, winds out of the west sustained 26 miles an hour. gusty winds out toward sfo. all the winds are sustained. over the past few days, shallow marine player keeping the fog and cool temperatures coastside. w
. >> hello, i work for wells fargo bank. i cover the northern california region. i usually focus on about $350 -- $350,000 of sbe loans. last year, for 2010, i did 43 loans. so we are lending. i usually focus on six different types of loans. start-ups, business acquisitions, real estate purchases with ti's, working capital, a partner buyouts, business expansion. when i am looking at a potential loan, i use the standard five c's of credit. the first one is character. what we are looking for is a minimum score around 640. we would like to say no recent bankruptcy foreclosures, bankruptcies, tax liens. if we see a loan that has been modified, we would like to see a reason it was modified, what ever reason it may be. it cannot be, i did not want to pay that payment any more. the second c, conditions. basically, how precise will the money be used? we are looking at a business plan. when you look at a business plan, that is just a start up. we are looking to see where there will be the need for lending. if you are an existing business, we want to see the money that we give you goes to the growt
awards. he was due to perform in northern california next month. >> that is on hold for now. >> let's talk about the weather forecast, as we get closer to the weekend. and it has moderated. >> indeed, the temperatures have moderated, it cooled off today. we were out of the upper 90s, low 100s that we saw, today, warmest locations, inland east bay and valleys in the low 90s. and live doppler 7 hmp d showing you pretty good cloud cover, along the coast with fog, and it's made its way up to santa rosa and oakland. you are blocked in. a few light showers down to the south. this has been sub tropical moisture moving up northward. it's a view, time lapse view and you see the high clouds that were coming in from the south. now the high clouds were moved off to the east and replaced by, as you can see from the especiallyoryville camera, temperatures, 54 in san francisco, it's 57 in oakland and 59 in san jose, and as you check out the view from the rooftop camera, we are looking towards an overcast sky down the bay. fog clouds and drizzle in the morning. litly schooler in the next few days -
in northern california next month. >> that is on hold for now. >> let's talk about the weather forecast, as we get closer to the weekend. and it has moderated. >> indeed, the temperatures have moderated, it cooled off today. we were out of the upper 90s, low 100s that we saw, today, warmest locations, inland east bay and valleys in the low 90s. and live doppler 7 hmp d showing you pretty good cloud cover, along the coast with fog, and it's made its way up to santa rosa and oakland. you are blocked in. a few light showers down to the south. this has been sub tropical moisture moving up northward. it's a view, time lapse view and you see the high clouds that were coming in from the south. now the high clouds were moved off to the east and replaced by, as you can see from the especiallyoryville camera, temperatures, 54 in san francisco, it's 57 in oakland and 59 in san jose, and as you check out the view from the rooftop camera, we are looking towards an overcast sky down the bay. fog clouds and drizzle in the morning. litly schooler in the next few days -- slightly cooler in the next few days. f
and district manager for northern california cal who will be over seeing this particular location who also happens to live on russian hill and is within walking distance of this location. if you aren't familiar with sur l.a. table we offer a wide variety of cook ware. we offer a robust offering of process from the everyday to hard to find and even the unexpected. more often than not, those that come to our store looking for a product that they can't find elsewhere. our staff is informed and dedicated and will pass along a great recipe. we look forward to hiring up to 30 new team members in a variety of full and part-time positions. sur l.a. table will also offer management roles. in terms of architectural elements of this project, the exterior facade will not be changed. it will simply receive a fresh coat of paint. new awnings will replace those existing. it was important for us to keep the flavor of the existing facade and not make any changes to the personality of the building. in a retail area, a new shelf will be created for delay. we'll present cooking classes with a local shelf. in
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